Michael specializes in income and commodity tax law, corporate transactions and estate planning and administration.
With experience and expertise gained during more than 25 years of practice, Michael assists his clients and other professionals to resolve complex business and tax issues.
Michael's expertise includes tax planning and implementation related to business associations, reorganizations, acquisitions and sales. Michael has extensive experience guiding his clients through the tax dispute resolution process, including tax audits, objections, appeals and voluntary disclosures. Michael also assists his clients with the preparation of their wills, trusts and business succession plans and advises executors, trustees and beneficiaries with the administration of estates.
Clients, colleagues and other professionals rely on Michael for his results-oriented approach that combines practical advice with effective tax planning solutions.
Michael serves as the Vice-President and Director of Robbins Hebrew Academy and as a Director of Robbins Hebrew Academy Foundation. He has also served as a Trustee of the Pension Plan for Employees of Hebrew Day Schools.